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An asteroid with a diameter the size of a refrigerator could strike the Earth the day before the November election, according to celebrity scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson — but it’s not large enough to do any serious damage.

The scientific idol insisted the probability of a collision on the night of the election next Tuesday (Nov. 8) is extremely low, but he warned people have been warned in the past there could be a 'severe impact and there have been potentially catastrophic events on the night before.'

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Billionaire investor Warren Buffett on Thursday said he won't vote on Election Day despite growing concerns that a huge asteroid could impact the Earth the night before the November election.

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"The math doesn't work," he told private investor Tom Steyer for a feature for Common Dreams, adding that the trend of more people turning out to vote has meant hundreds of thousands of votes are currently getting counted.

The asteroid that might hit the Earth lies 30 times closer than the Moon and would come in at around 730 feet across, Tyson said.

'At this point a thousand years ago, you had something like a house-size object hitting you and doing tonnes of damage,' Tyson told Quora.

'Now these processes are much more kinetic, bigger and harder hitting.

'The point we're trying to make is (Obama lawyer) Miguel Estrada was saying really dangerous impacts on the night before count is a difference maker. There's a higher risk of an event than a candidate on the ballot.'

President Lyndon Johnson had sage advice for those who couldn't defeat America's first black president.

A dirt footprint in a yard is pretty big for me. But don't worry, you'll have company 🙂 — Major Doug Barry (@MajornBarry) September 24, 2016

A yawning gulf that has turned into the country's wars,